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Cura 13.09 and 13.10 bugs (Mac version)

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Hello Daid,

THere is bugs on the version 13.10 multilingual for mac... It's impossible to set the software in English... It's works for dutch, netherlands, but no English !

About 13.09, it worked well this 3 previous day, but now, it's impossible to save a slice. And after slicing there is no information anymore about the duration, pla quantity etc....

 

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On Mac different installations of Cura seem to cause odd conflicts with each-other. This seems to have something to do with MacOS, I have no idea wtf MacOS is doing there and why it fucks up like that, but it causes random bugs that seem to dissapear if you only have 1 version installed.

The "multi-language" contains a bug, if you set it to english it seems to take your system default language.

 

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Confirmed... Even with preferences set to English you get German, and after a relaunch with prefs set to English you can't get the Prefs window to come up again.

On initial launch, after going through the setup in german, if you open preferences you find it says it is set to english. If you change it to Dutch you get Dutch on restart, but cannot access preferences at that point. Also, to exit the app you need to force-quit.

 

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